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Tag Archives: confidence
Life has been a bit of a roller coaster lately. Married in December, promotion at work to Head of Business Airline Marketing at Manchester Airport in January plus many fab mentoring sessions to name a few! It has been hectic … Continue reading
A lucky few of us entered Golden square on Tuesday searching for the renowned home of M&C Saatchi. The reason for our trip was not to shop, inspect their Christmas window display or indulge in any festivities but instead to … Continue reading
Two blogs in one week! I’ll keep this one short, promise… The Marketing Academy has helped me to have confidence in myself in areas where I have in the past, brushed things under the carpet with the thought ‘that’s for … Continue reading
Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting Deborah Dolce, Senior Vice President, Director of Brand & Business Development at TJX Europe, for those of you not in the know TJX is the company that owns the well known high street … Continue reading
I was fortunate enough to meet Emma Beale, former Marketing Director of PepsiCo for a mentoring session this week. Emma is a totally inspiring mentor and made me feel extremely welcome to ask her anything. She even gave me a restaurant recommendation, which … Continue reading
Wow what a great morning. My first mentoring session was with the inspirational founder and CEO of BMB – Andrew McGuinness. I am not going to go through our whole session as we covered lots of areas and really got … Continue reading
HSBC‘s Head of Marketing, Philip Mehl, finished off a valuable mentoring session with me this morning by teaching me how to play cards. Well, sort of. It was one of those priceless walking-to-the-lift conversations that I am finding increasingly important … Continue reading